“hey we’re gonna order pizza”
“you have to finish your homework first”
in 3 weeks we’ll have teen wolf
Obama gets it
you can walk diagonally in pokemon x and y
people are gross i want to be a dog
dogs lick their own ass
some people lick other people’s asses
you are the dancing queen
young and sweet
feel the beat
of the tambourine
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When I dyed my hair bright red, I joked about the “Little Mermaid realness” I was serving. After a year hiatus from performing, a producer asked me to revive my burlesque act. I had no idea what I wanted to do, but I joked about doing a Little Mermaid bit and it killed. So, I got to work on…
titles of songs i’ve written about my first year of college
- netflix is my only friend
- oh my god what the fuck is going on
- i hate everyone here
- things i don’t care about: this sociology paper and my liver
- i’m a failure
- i’m only happy when i drink alone
- oh no my professor is young and hot
- oh no my professor is young and hot: the “oh he’s a dick” reprise
Oh my Goodness!
So this happened at school today…
The reason I can’t stand Talisa is that she is just a really obvious ‘Modern Woman’ insert. She replaced a character that was sweet and shy… and we get Talisa ‘I’m a sassy woman, I don’t take your shit’ Maegyr. I feel that by replacing Jeyne Westerling with Talisa, they are basically saying that if you are a shy and sweet woman you are boring. I would have much rather have seen Westerling in the show - I need more characters I can relate to.
Even when Talisa was like ‘I didn’t think I would get married’ - let’s be real, it just didn’t seem realistic. I don’t know why they did it… they already have a wealth of strong and independent woman in the canon already. I just feel like TV always does this to women like me. I feel like they forget that a large majority of women are like Jeyne Westerling.
My favourite so far is Cumberangels. Just so he could be all “Good morning, Cumberangels.” and we can just reply “Good morning, Benny.”
i read that as cumberbagels.
we should be cumberbagels.
I’m good for both